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Samsung Galaxy S4: How to Add or Remove Songs Within Playlist in the Music Player App in Android 4.4 Kitkat

Creating playlist is the feature that you can find in the stock Music Player app. You can use this feature to categorize the songs according to your own category, for instance a playlist contains the love songs or a playlist contains the religious songs, etc.

See also: How to Create, Edit or Delete Playlist in the Music Player App in the Samsung Galaxy S4 with Android 4.4 Kitkat

When you're creating a playlist usually you'll be brought to a screen where you can add songs into the playlist you've just created. However, aside from adding songs when creating a new playlist you can also add or remove songs within an existing playlist with ease.


How to add songs to a playlist?
Basically, there are two methods available that you can do to add one song or more to a playlist, from the playlist or from the menu/tab where you can see the songs list.


Method #1: From the playlist
  1. Open Music Player app.
  2. Tap Playlists tab.
  3. Tap the required playlist.
  4. Tap Add button.
  5. Select the desired songs you want to add to the playlist or tap Select all to select all the songs.
  6. Tap Done button.
  7. The selected songs will be added to the playlist.


Method #2: From the menu where the songs list is displayed
  1. Open Music Player app.
  2. Under the Songs tab or another menu/tab where you can see the songs list, tap the Menu key and then select Add to playlist.
  3. Select the desired songs you want to add to a playlist or tap Select all to select all the songs.
  4. Tap Done button.
  5. Tap the required playlist.
  6. The selected songs will be added to the selected playlist.


How to remove songs from a playlist?
If you have done a mistake by adding the wrong song to a playlist or when you want one song or more no longer listed in a playlist, then you can easily delete the songs by following the steps below:
  1. Open Music Player app.
  2. Tap Playlists tab.
  3. Tap the desired playlist.
  4. To delete a single song in the playlist go to the step #5, while to delete multiple/all songs in the playlist go to the step #6.
  5. Delete a single song within playlist:
    • Long tap the desired song.
    • On pop up menu select Remove.
    • The selected song will be removed from the playlist.
  6. Delete multiple/all songs within playlist:
    • Tap the Menu key and then select Remove.
    • Select the desired songs you wish to remove or tap Select all to delete all songs within the playlist.
    • Tap Remove button.
    • The selected songs will be removed from the playlist.

The easiness to add or remove music within an existing playlist of course will be able to help you managing your playlist well. So, hope it helps :)

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